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Join in the fight against abduction, abuse, and exploitation – because every child deserves a safe childhood.

Since 1984, NCMEC has been on the forefront of child protection, but there is still a lot of work to do. Please join in this critical mission.

Our Impact:

Find. Reduce. Prevent.

NCMEC’s mission is to find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization. During the last 35 years, NCMEC has circulated billions of photos and has assisted law enforcement in the recovery of more than 311,000 children. Additionally, the Child Victim Identification program, which helps to locate and rescue child victims in abusive images, has identified more than 17,900 child victims. This important work is aided through the support of corporate partners.

Click here to learn more about NCMEC’s impact. 

Through technical expertise, in-kind donations, and financial support corporations are helping NCMEC to keep kids safe.

“Through our joint effort with NCMEC and the U.S. Postal Service, we are dedicated to locating missing children and raising public awareness on the issue of missing and exploited children. We also hope that through regular education and awareness, we can help prevent future abductions and exploitation – and therefore urge parents to review safety precautions with their families .”
- Victor Nichols, CEO of Valassis

More than 92% of every dollar we raise goes directly to support our programs and services.  

"Since the beginning, Ring has invented products and services that drive toward our mission to help make neighborhoods safer. Our team is proud to leverage that work in support of NCMEC's efforts to bring missing children home. Together, we will reach millions of engaged neighbors who are just as passionate as we are about helping their communities and keeping families safe."
- Jamie Siminoff, CEO and Chief Inventor of Ring

Why Partner:

NCMEC needs your help to continue delivering the most vital resources – for example, facial age progression forensic work to find missing kids; enhanced case management & database capabilities; long-term, continued distribution of missing child posters & collateral, and the deployment of safety awareness programs for parents and children.

With Your Help We Can

INNOVATE

To serve the ever-changing environment to most effectively provide appropriate services in child exploitation and safety prevention strategies.

AMPLIFY

the reach to provide education and awareness programs as well as critical, immediate support within underserved communities.

ENHANCE

Extend our services to better support individuals, families and survivors impacted by a missing or exploited child case.

Ways to Partner:

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Partner Benefits

NCMEC strives to develop long-lasting and meaningful relationships that benefit our programs while also generating valuable returns for our partners. We are excited to work with you to develop a specialized partnership package that meets your corporate goals and giving priorities. A wide range of benefits from brand exposure, access to resources, industry expertise, and more are available. Here are just some ways in which your company can benefit from supporting NCMEC:
  • Placement of company logo on NCMEC website
  • Placement of company logo at NCMEC headquarters
  • Customized recognition plaque on NCMEC’s HOPE wall
  • Co-branded content on materials
  • Promotion of partnership through NCMEC’s social media channels (over 1 million visitors via Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram)
  • Exclusive invitations and select complimentary attendance to NCMEC special events
  • Additional benefits available based on terms of partnership

Corporate Donations

Corporate donations enable NCMEC to provide lifesaving support to children across the country. A customized, unique program will allow NCMEC’s mission to continue while meeting your company’s philanthropic goals.

Please contact Marita Rodriguez to become a corporate partner, or to discuss ways you and your company can support NCMEC.

Workplace Giving & Corporate Matching

Through workplace giving and corporate matching, employees can make an automatic and ongoing donation to NCMEC that fits within their budget while also leaving a positive impact on the community. Many companies even double your donation. Does yours? 

Please contact Jinene Christian to learn how YOU can be a champion for missing children by selecting NCMEC as your workplace charity of choice.

Event Sponsorship

NCMEC has many wonderful fundraising events across the country to raise awareness about its mission. When your company sponsors a NCMEC event, you and your employees support critical efforts to find missing children, reduce sexual exploitation and prevent child victimization.

To learn about our events, how we can tailor a sponsorship for your needs, and the exciting benefits we can offer you and your company, please reach out to Cecilia Fix today!

Partner Spotlight

NCMEC and Ring Partner to Find Missing Children

Missing child posters will be featured on Ring’s Neighbors app to reach millions of users, to help find missing children in real-time.

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Partner Spotlight: Old Navy

Old Navy has partnered with NCMEC for nearly a decade and every year, Old Navy stores across the country shine the spotlight on child safety. Employees in their more than 1,000 locations put on a fun, interactive kids’ safety event to help NCMEC share potentially life-saving safety tips with families nationwide. We asked Old Navy to tell us what inspired them to join NCMEC’s mission. 

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Taking the Child Exploitation Fight to the Cloud

Today, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children announced that a recent donation of compute services is expected to have what NCMEC is calling, a “massive impact” on its fight against child sexual exploitation. The donation of Google Cloud Platform technologies will increase NCMEC’s ability to process and analyze the millions of child sexual abuse images reported to its CyberTipline every year, with a goal of helping law enforcement identify and rescue more child victims.

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